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Aug
21
comment Macro for the average width of a character
The last link above points to the incorrect page if I understand correctly. It's quite possible that I'm missing something small, but I can't get the above to compile after downloading (presumably the correct) files. Would someone mind giving me a hand?
Aug
21
comment \includegraphics clipping and trim is squishing image
Does the top answer here help at all?
Aug
21
comment Programatically style words/sentences/paragraphs based on arbitrary metrics?
I gave it a shot but couldn't get it to work automatically, sorry :( I did get something very close to a true syllable count though if you're interested.
Aug
17
comment Programatically style words/sentences/paragraphs based on arbitrary metrics?
Also, is there any specific way that you're ending paragraphs in your .tex file? Empty line between paragraphs, \par at the end etc.
Aug
17
comment Programatically style words/sentences/paragraphs based on arbitrary metrics?
Possibly, is there any particular way that you're marking paragraphs, e.g. with \paragraph or something like that? Or are they just paragraphs? Is there a particular documentclass that you're using?
Aug
16
comment Similar header format for my company
@AperezC At the top of and to the left of the answer the Samuel gave, there is an arrow pointing up and an arrow pointing down with a number between them. To indicate that Samuel gave a good answer, you can click on the arrow that points up (an "upvote"). Below these there will be a checkmark, by clicking the checkmark you will indicate that Samuel has answered your question. Both of those actions, upvoting and accepting, will add to Samuels reputation and give him credit for his effort.
Aug
15
revised What is the best practice for typesetting set-builder notation with a large number of membership criteria?
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Aug
15
comment What is the best practice for typesetting set-builder notation with a large number of membership criteria?
With sets it's whatever is the cleanest and least cumbersome method of specifying exactly what elements are in the set. Builder notation is definitely not the best way here and you're unlikely to find something that is cleaner than what Gonzalo has suggested imh, unsolicited, o.
Aug
15
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
15
comment Drawing Young tabloids
@RyanReich It does make things surprisingly pleasant at times :)
Aug
15
revised Drawing Young tabloids
added 125 characters in body
Aug
14
awarded  Civic Duty
Aug
14
revised Drawing Young tabloids
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Aug
14
revised Drawing Young tabloids
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Aug
14
revised Drawing Young tabloids
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Aug
14
answered Drawing Young tabloids
Aug
14
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
14
revised Add numbers to snake(box plot)
code tags and spelling
Aug
14
suggested approved edit on Add numbers to snake(box plot)
Aug
14
comment underline omitting the descenders
Just for the sake of completeness: xparse loads the expl3 package. A number of the cs's used above are actually from the expl3 package, despite it not having been loaded explicitly.